On today's episode, the part of Chris Redfield will be played by... Luigi? Sure, why not.
Luigi's Mansion recreated in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. By Rae Broom of StreetPass Princeton. Her town's Dream Address is 7300-3355-9805.
While the Wii U's sales may be a stark disappointment to Nintendo, it still found hope in its handheld lineup, with particular thanks to the western release of Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Sales of the 3DS and its titles helped boost the company to a profit in the first quarter of its fiscal year.
With all the top-notch game engines out there, and next-gen on the horizon, video games are impressive in both their technology and their art. But let's play around with c64yourself to squeeze recently released games into an old timey skin anyway.
Mario is king, no doubt ‒ but not in this game. In Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, Mario's brother Luigi is the star. And while he might not have the strength and speed of Mario, he sure managed to convince these reviewers that he's really got what it takes.
The paranormal puzzle-fest Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon came out yesterday for the 3DS. Patricia gave the game a good review, and I've spent the past couple of weeks playing it as well. Now that it's out in the wild, I thought I'd gather some tips for those who are just starting out.
Poor Luigi, always in Mario's shadow. Even when Luigi set off on his own ghost-wrangling adventure in Luigi's Mansion over a decade ago, it was still as though he was defined by Mario's absence. The game dedicated a whole button to calling out Mario's name!
Nintendo executives have many reasons to keep their games off of iPhones and Androids and to only let them play on Nintendo hardware. But what about the creators of a new Nintendo video game? They've got reasons, too.
Some time during the three-plus years the Nintendo 3DS video game Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon was in development, the game's main development team in Canada received a visit from Shigeru Miyamoto, the lead creator of The Legend of Zelda and Super Mario Bros..
You might think that the difference between Nintendo's famous brothers is that one likes to wear red and the other wears green, or that one of them can sometimes jump a tad higher.
Grab your Gushers, kids. This new commercial for the second Luigi's Mansion—out March 24 for 3DS—feels straight out of 1995. That's not a bad thing, of course. Nothing like some good old 90s nostalgia to brighten up your Friday afternoon.
Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon comes to the 3DS on March 24, one highlight among several release dates Nintendo announced for its spring lineup this morning.
In Nintendo's news stream, Nintendo Direct, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata announced a new feature to the sequel to the game featuring Mario's brother mostly doing what he does best (screaming in fear); Luigi's Mansion 2.
Thanks to the wonder of what I'm guessing is Garry's Mod, Luigi's GameCube (and upcoming 3DS) mansion gets a slightly more scary makeover courtesy of some new guests.
Here's some gameplay we shot of Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, the sequel to 2001's hit GameCube title, during E3 this week. The controls take a little concentration to master, but so far, Dark Moon seems just as clever and interesting as its predecessor. Check it out!
Luigi's Mansion takes a dark turn in Ty Dunitz's killer piece for this years FanExpo (August 25-28). Available in a very limited quantity at the show!
The Virtual Boy is one of Nintendo's biggest flops, an experiment in stereoscopic 3D that left a bad taste in the mouths of some of the game maker's employees, leaving them with hesitation that the Nintendo 3DS could succeed.
Nintendo of America has taken the somewhat unexpected step of reviving its Luigi's Mansion trademark, either a sign of its very protective trademarking desires or a renewed interest in giving Luigi more face time with gamers.